[krak-nl] /ˈkræk nl/
a hard, brittle cake or biscuit.
cracknels, small bits of fat pork fried crisp.
a type of hard plain biscuit
(often pl) (US & Canadian) crisply fried bits of fat pork
noun 1. the part of morning when light first appears in the sky. noun phrase First light; the start of sunrise (1923+) Very early morning, daybreak. For example, I got up at the crack of dawn. The crack in this term alludes either to the suddenness of sunrise or to the small wedge of light […]
noun 1. the signal that announces the Day of Judgment. 2. the end of the world; doomsday.
- Crack on someone
verb phrase To insult someone; dis, dump on, trash (1990s+ Black)
[krak-pot] /ˈkrækˌpɒt/ Informal. noun 1. a person who is eccentric, unrealistic, or fanatical. adjective 2. eccentric; impractical; fanatical: crackpot ideas. /ˈkrækˌpɒt/ noun 1. an eccentric person; crank adjective 2. (usually prenominal) eccentric; crazy n. “mentally unbalanced person,” by 1900, probably from crack + pot (n.1) in a slang sense of “head.” Cf. crack-brain “crazy fellow” […]